11.08.2017

Alumni Club founds Munich Chapter

The Munich group of the Alumni Club was founded last week with a kick-off event in the Kunsthalle. It is also possible to keep close contact with graduates who do not live in Salzburg and to offer them a common communication platform.

70 Gäste waren dabei, und es meldeten sich auch schon Alumni als Ansprechpartner für die Alumni Gruppe in der Bayerischen Hauptstadt. Das Rahmenprogramm bildete der Besuch einer Ausstellung, die Anja Huber, Kunstgeschichte-Dissertantin bei Univ.-Prof. Andrea Gottdang, kuratiert hat. Die junge Kunsthistorikerin ist ihrer Professorin aus München an die Universität Salzburg gefolgt. Sie führte die Alumni durch die erfolgreiche Ausstellung über den Modefotografen Peter Lindbhergh.

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Dr. Josef Leyrer

Alumnibeauftragter

Universität Salzburg

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